#1
Alright so the other day, I was recording with my friend to help get him some respectable demos for his custom made amp. He brought out his Cort VX-2V, and said I could use it if I wanted to do something with a Floyd. I tried it out a little bit and liked it, but I didn't really get a really good feel for it. Later that day, I asked him if he wanted to trade his Cort for my Agile AL-3100, because he likes Les Pauls. He said that he'd clean up his Cort and we'll try out eachother's guitars later in the week. Now, his guitar only has a softcase, and mine has a hardcase. Not to be cliche, but here are the specs of each guitar:

Agile AL-3100 (Mine)
MSRP: $419.95 (I bought it for $299.99 when it was on sale)
Made in Korea
Body wood: Mahogany
Neck: 22 Fret, Set in Mahogany, Ebony Fretboard
Bridge: Korean Tune-O-Matic
Pickups: Type V Alnico
Nut: Graph-Tech
Tuners: Grover 102-18N

Cort VX-2V (His)
MSRP: $379.96
Made in Indonesia
Body wood: Agathis
Neck: 24 fret, Bolt-on "5pc Stripe Reinforcement" Rosewood
Bridge: Cort Floyd Rose copy
Pickups: EMG Passives, EMG-HZ SA1(F) & TB1(R)
Nut: Locking
Tuners: Cort Die cast tuners

Is this a fair trade/good idea? I have been wanting a guitar with a double locking tremolo and 24 frets for quite some time, but if this guitar isn't any good I can pass it up.
#2
They are pretty good. Idk about thr agile though so i couldn't say if it was better to keep what you have.
#3
Pass it up. The Agile is better than it by far.
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#5
I have to agree with TheAbsentOne on this... The Agile has far better quality, and if you really wanted something with a Floyd, I would get something that had a real one and avoid copies as much as possible.
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#6
Keep the Agile. I see no point in having a floyd to be honest other then doing stupid dimebag squeals
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#8
Keep the Agile....
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This is maybe the worst comparison in the history of comparisons.
#9
Quote by Tango616
DON'T BUY CORT'S, THEY ABUSE THEIR WORKERS, DO NOT.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfJto3LNhrQ

not to mention the agile is WAY better anyways.

uhhhh tbh cort have made guitars for a lot of companies. They might have even made agiles at one point so your point is kinda moot.

The agile will be nicer here i'd think though.
#10
Right... General consensus says to keep the Agile. I guess I'll just have to save up and buy a guitar with a floyd later on.

Thanks a lot guys!
#11
Quote by Tango616
DON'T BUY CORT'S, THEY ABUSE THEIR WORKERS, DO NOT.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfJto3LNhrQ

not to mention the agile is WAY better anyways.

That happens at many import guitar factories.

though South Korea(where OP's Agile was made was probably under sane conditions.)

keep your Agile and save up for the Cort. it's not too expensive